Relieves migraines, tension and general headaches
Content: 85 pellets
Headache Ease is an advanced combination of eight homeopathic headache medicines relieving all of the following migraine and tension headache symptoms:
- dull to throbbing pain in front, sides, and back of head,
- tenderness of scalp, neck and shoulder muscles,
- oversensitivity to light, noise, and motion,
- abdominal pain,
- visual disturbances,
Headache Ease provides fast and long-lasting relief. It causes no harmful side effects, and regular use will not decrease its effectiveness. Non-drowsy and non-habit forming, it is safe to take without food for all ages including children and expecting and nursing mothers. Prepared from natural sources for a healthy lifestyle.
Turn tube upside down. Twist cap to break the seal, or peel off the small portion of the label along the perforated line. Hold tube vertically and keep twisting cap to release the desired number of pellets.
Take 3 pellets 3 times a day or as needed away from meals, letting pellets drop directly from the cap into your mouth. Allow pellets to completely dissolve in your mouth. At onset of symptoms, take one dose (3 pellets) hourly. Children under 12 years of age use half of the adult dosage or as directed by your doctor.
Active ingredients: Belladonna 8C, Cyclamen 8C, Coffea tosta 4C, Iris versicolor 8C, Nux vomica 9C, Sanguinaria 8C, Spigelia 8C, Viburnum opulus 4C
Inactive ingredients: Sucrose/lactose
If headaches persist or worsen, are accompanied by fever, a stiff neck, and vomiting, or if headache results from a head injury, consult a doctor. Keep out of reach of children.
Store at room temperature away from direct sunlight.
Tension headaches are the most common type of headache. They are often described as mild to moderate pressure across the forehead, on both sides and/or in the back of the head. The scalp may feel tender and so may the muscles in the neck and shoulders. Sometimes the sensitivity to light and noise is elevated. Tension headaches can last from half an hour to a week.
Symptoms of migraines include moderate to severe throbbing pain often concentrated on one side of the head that perseveres from several hours to a few days. Frequently, migraine headaches are accompanied by nausea, vomiting, and abdominal pain. While tension headaches rarely increase with physical activity, migraine sufferers often experience the desire to lay down and remain completely still.
The causes of headaches and migraines are not well understood. The most commonly accepted theory by experts today is that disturbances of the nerve pathways to the brain may result in headaches for people with a heightened sensitivity to pain.
What we do know is that strains on our nervous system as well as unhealthy habits frequently trigger headaches. These include stress, anxiety, depression, poor posture, working and holding an awkward position for a long time, clenching of the jaws, and more. Migraines may also be triggered by eating certain foods (alcohol, highly salty foods, processed foods, …) orskipping a meal, changes in weather, some medications, and hormonal changes in women during menstruation and menopause.
Headache Ease is a smart natural alternative to synthetic over-the-counter painkillers that can cause harmful side effects, lose their effectiveness over time, and lead to "rebound headaches" also known as "medication overuse headaches" or MOH. Headache Ease's natural homeopathic ingredients also help you relax, soothe minor body aches, regulate body temperature, and improve your overall sense of well-being.
If your headaches are frequent and linked to mental strain, see our Stress & Anxiety remedies to take a combination of Headache Ease and Stress Absorber or Anxiety Shield for long-term relief.
If your headaches are triggered by allergies and pollutants in the air resulting in symptoms of sinusitis, see Sinus Appeaser for relief from sinus headaches.
To support your recovery from recurring headaches and migraines, embrace the following healthy choices:
- Take breaks.
- Rest your head and neck on a heating pad or ice pack (depending on your preference for hot or cold).
- Improve your posture.
- Exercise regularly.
- Manage your stress.
- Organize your day to stay in control.
- Give your emotions time to settle.
- Learn relaxation techniques.
- Limit alcohol, caffeine, and tobacco consumption.
- Eat healthy and stay hydrated.
- Keep a headache diary to identify and avoid triggers.